nding to set up a recruitment agency.
Research carried out by Psychtests.com has shown that motivations to work hard can vary widely, rather than just being centred around financial awards, according to Onrec.
The top three motivators were found to be achievement, learning and inspiration, whereas the least popular was the acquisition of a higher rank.
Age was also a determining factor of motivation, with older respondents looking more for balanced lifestyles, variety and independence.
There were also differences between the genders, with men citing financial gains and powers as effective motivators more than women.
Alex Pratt, entrepreneur and author of Austerity Business: 39 Tips for Doing More with Less, recently asserted the importance of employers focussing on their relationships with their employees to ensure success, according to Onrec.…
only sales people that knock cold calling are the ones that can't do it very well.
Most Headhunters ruse and as long as its harmless and no one gets hurt in the process, what is the big deal? It's all to improve a candidates lifestyle and help the Customer get the best staff after all which is why they pay healthy fees for the service.
I've never heard a Customer or Candidate complain yet after a successful conclusion. Can you imagine the customer complaining to you? "I'm not going to give that job to the perfect candidate you found me because you lied to the gatekeeper to get their name" yeah right. The only complaints are from other recruiters.
It's the depth of the ruse that matters. Making up a story to get past a gatekeeper is a smaller lie than telling your children that Santa Claus is true or the tooth fairy really exists. Ever told this lie to your kids and yet you won't use a ruse?
I don't see the relevance of the Regious connection because if Religion is about telling the truth, which one is it that is telling the truth? Or are they all telling the truth?…
because he has more value to the Yankees than any other team.
As a recruiter the most frustrating conversations occur with candidates who have a false perception of there market value. Your value is what someone is willing to pay for you today, not 5 years ago. With 15 million unemployed and GDP in real dollars at the 2005/6 level, market values in some industries have changed. The smart job seekers have figured that out. I cannot tell you how many of my friends and acquaintances in the 45-55 year age bracket are sitting on the sidelines today trying to sustain the $200K lifestyle they have grown accustomed to by burning through savings expecting a correction in the job market that may never come. I would advise a candidate to deal with the world as it is and not where it used to be. From a retention perspective hiring candidates at lower salaries can definitely lead to retention issues, but smart companies make adjustments, when the market changes. Google did not give out 10% raises this year out of kindness.…
n a positive way should be included. Most experienced hiring authorities are seeking information about the character and lifestyle of the candidate; items not typically explicitly addressed on a resume. Avocations can be powerful motivators, thus descriptors of what people care about, how they pursue mastery, introversion v. extroversion, competitiveness, creativity, and other important attributes. Beyond the descriptive value, the inclusion of this information may create direct rapport with individuals on the hiring side that may share the passion- when that occurs, it can be very powerful in creating "in-group" amity, which is vital in deciding to allow a new person into a tribe.
The word "hobby" implies a certain lack of seriousness and should not be used. "Outside Interests" or "Avocations" are much better. If a candidate does involve themselves seriously in an avocation, it should be included. The downside of including this information is so limited compared to the potential upside that it should be a no-brainer to include IF the avocation is serious or an important part of the candidate's life (e.g. sailing, golf, hunting/fishing, art, philanthropic activity, pumpkin chunking etc. are strong, but reading, going to the movies, etc. are weak).
This aspect of the sales-document should not be underrated.
ly should slow it down a bit so he can stick around a while longer
Keith Richards - actually my #1 choice only because, well duh! He's the ultimate ROCK STAR from the ultimate ROCK BAND of all time. Oh, and much love to Mick Jagger - THE only rock band front man spanning 5+ decades and still bringing the moves on stage. Glimmer Twins
Prince - his purple highness, a true original, eccentric and nothing compares to his early funk-a-delic purple reign era tunes
Slash - really wish GNR didn't dissolve so early, but his other music is good too
Flea - representing the bass guitar department. No one else comes close to RHCP
Dave Grohl - not so much for guitar playing as all around musicianship. Drums, guitar, vocals - killer screams, song writing and magnificent concert performances. Also not a bad documentary film maker - check out Sound City Movie …
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